WSL, la sous-couche Linux pour Windows, sort de bêta

The Windows Subsystem for Linux (WSL), a new Windows 10 feature that enables you to run native Linux command-line tools directly on Windows, alongside your traditional Windows desktop and modern store apps, is no longer in beta and will be fully supported in the Fall Creators Update later this year. [b]Users will be able to share and access files on the Windows filesystem from within Linux, and call Linux executables from Windows and vice versa.[/b]

Repasser sous Windows pour lancer des lignes de commandes Linux… c’est pour @crom_dub ;D

Un article intéressant sur les restructurations chez MS (notamment j’imagine parce que leur cloud, Azure, tourne sous Linux depuis 2015/2016) :

The company has invested heavily in hiring the best open source talent. Microsoft is now home to some of the founders and top developers of open source technologies including:
Brendan Burns: Burns was a co-founder of Kubernetes, and is now an architect at Microsoft, leading the team contributing to upstream Kubernetes.
Gabe Monroy: Monroy created Deis, and is now lead program manager on containers at Microsoft.
John Howard: Howard is software engineer with Azure and top contributor to Docker over past 12 months.
Anders Hejlsberg: Creator of C# and Turbo Pascal, Hejlsberg is a technical fellow leading the development of Typescript.
Erich Gamma: A distinguished engineer who is one of the fathers of the Eclipse project and “Gang-of-Four” authors of software engineering textbook, “Design Patterns: Elements of Reusable Object-Oriented Software,”  Gamma is leading the team on Visual Studio Code.
Ross Gardler: Former president of the Apache Software Foundation, Gardler is now a program manager working on Azure Container Service and Open Source.
Maggie Pint: Pint is a software engineer lead for in Azure Site Reliability Engineering (SRE) and maintainer of a popular open source library called Moment.js, and a delegate of the JavaScript Foundation to TC39.</blockquote>

[quote=« René, post:2, topic:3399 »]Repasser sous Windows pour lancer des lignes de commandes Linux… c’est pour @crom_dub ;D[/quote]Ligne de commande, oui ; Winmachin, non. On a suffisamment de difficultés lors des Linux Install avec le « démarrage rapide » et autres EFI.

Quelle idée d’aller faire des microsofteries sur un ordinateur ? Je n’en ai nul besoin.

Rappelons qu’il y a peu d’années, linux était « le cancer. »
Le langage microsoftien a évolué.
Au fait, pourquoi ?? Je subodore des raisons bassement économiques ?